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Old 08-04-2021, 03:04 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by montcalm View Post
A friend of mine posted a pic of a "seasonal" waterfall in southern FLR on facebook the other day. It was dry as a bone. We DID have a lot of water. Easy come, easy go, I guess...
Wow, that must have dried up fast. Hopefully there will be enough water going over Triphammer Falls, Wells Falls, Cascadilla Falls, and others when I travel out to Ithaca in a week or two.

Looking at Facebook posts of Western New York waterfalls, there has been a similar reduction in water here -- and this week's dry weather certainly won't help any. The waterfall I'm planning to visit this weekend is considered seasonal as well. At least there are other interesting natural features in the park I'll be visiting, so all won't be lost if water levels there are low or nonexistent.
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